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Mounting radio gear

Discussion in 'Interior Components' started by Leo Gustafsson, Nov 14, 2017.

  1. Leo Gustafsson

    Leo Gustafsson Member

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    I was just posting to another forum/thread and, but to those of us that use extra electronic gear in our trucks Gamber Johnson makes some next level gear that is great! For those of us that remember the clunky old slider brackets from the '70's this unit is rock solid and easily adaptable, the SS-100
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    In addition to the provided Coax and power wiring I added an extra bracket and wiring to this unit so it holds both my Uniden 520 but also my Police scanner/detector it works great!
     
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  2. sctrailrider

    sctrailrider Do it Your self, Feel good about it

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    Post up some pics when it's installed, I would like to have my cb when traveling but haven't found a nice looking mount yet...
     
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  3. Leo Gustafsson

    Leo Gustafsson Member

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    Not a great photo (I was hiding my Multi State Police band Scanner/Detector with my hand when I took this pic. not exactly legal these days)
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  4. Leo Gustafsson

    Leo Gustafsson Member

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    This bracket is so stable it can be mounted vertically or horizontally, and not a rattle. The release handle only pulls about 1/4" and it's free to slide out.
     
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  5. sctrailrider

    sctrailrider Do it Your self, Feel good about it

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    A pic further away so I can see where it's mounted and how it looks would be nice... and maybe a link to where you bought it maybe...
     
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  6. Leo Gustafsson

    Leo Gustafsson Member

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    I haven't mounted it in 'BBB' yet but I'm considering mouning it to the center floor console between the seats. On my panel van I had it mounted to the ceiling where on my 'Burb the dome light, automatic door opener compartment and sunglasses compartments are. I don't want to do away with the stock overhead so I'm looking for an alternative location as well.
     
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